Audio that helps you cope with a panic attack. This is not a relaxation audio. The purpose of
this audio is to coach you when you are experiencing high anxiety or panic. The focus of the audio is
to help you learn to tolerate the uncomfortable sensations of anxiety while learning to reduce the symptoms.
This is based upon the theory that the fear of the symptoms tends to trigger repeated panic attacks and that
as you reduce your fear of the symptoms, the likelihood of panic is reduced. For more information, read
Managing Panic and Anxiety Attacks
Change Yourself--Don't Wait for the World to Change
This audio focuses on the cognitive fallacy of expecting others to change so that your life will be better. It discusses the idea that happy people
focus on changing themselves rather than blaming others. It encourages the listener to do the same.
Although the transcript
for this audio is available, the key to change is repetition.
Therefore, the purpose of the audio is to be able to
conveniently listen to this message repeatedly until you are able to incorporate it consistently into your life.
Thinking Your Way to a Healthy Weight
This audio teaches you about how to think about your body and weight in a different way. Instead of thinking of weight loss
in perfectionistic terms that lead to a cycle of dieting and failure, you can learn to think about caring for your body and
setting manageable healthy goals. The audio is meant to be listened to repeatedly so that the thinking style can become
more automatic. About 13 minutes. Also, read article: Thinking Your Way to a Healthy Weight
The Worry Box
Worry leads to problems with anxiety, difficulty obtaining a good night's sleep, and physical health complications. It is a
common problem that can be controlled better by learning how to think differently about worries.
Audio that helps you learn how to manage worries. It has you imagine a box and describes putting away the different types
of worries: important/unimportant and controllable/uncontrollable. Listening to this audio consistently can help you to put
away your worries throughout the day. This audio is especially useful for people who have insomnia at bedtime due to worrying.
Depression Assistance and Education
Audio that helps you understand clinical
depression better. Focuses on changing some
of the negative self-talk that occurs from
not understanding what clinical depression
is. For instance, helps you to understand it
as an illness not a weakness so as to reduce
the self-blame type of thinking that
frequently occurs with clinical depression.
By changing this thinking, you will be able
to cope with your depression better.
Stress is a common problem that can seriously impact health, sleep, and relationships. Many people believe they can't
do anything about stress. However, they don't realize that how a situation is approached can change the impact of stress.
This audio teaches you about the stress
reaction, how it affects your body, and what
can be done to deal with stress and to
reduce its effects. You might not always
have control over whether stressors occur,
but you do have control over how you manage
the stress you experience.
Audio that helps you cope with an episode of
jealousy. When you are caught up in the
obsessive jealous thinking it is difficult
to talk yourself out of it. This audio helps
you challenge the jealous thinking and to
remind you that the jealous behaviors only
make the situation worse. The more you
listen to it, the more you will be able to
challenge the irrational jealous talk
NOTE: This audio is to help those with
irrational jealousy. It is not for rational
jealousy (when an event has actually
occurred) nor is it for psychotic jealousy
(when a person can't distinguish reality).
Rational Thinking Improvement
Audio rational thinking exercise focused on reducing
anxiety and perfectionistic or demand thinking by
changing self-talk. The idea of this
exercise is to listen to it frequently so as to
increase the repetition of rational self-talk.
The more you listen to it, the more you will
start to use the thinking presented.sp; Just close
your eyes and listen without trying to force
yourself to relax. If your mind wanders,
gently bring yourself back to focus on the
This exercise does not need complete relaxation
in order to benefit. You may find that you
can listen to it while taking a walk or doing
dishes or some other activity that doesn't
require your complete focus.
Do not use while operating a car!